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covered with or full of liquid

to make thoroughly wet

to make moist

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wetness caused by water

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covered or soaked with a liquid such as water

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containing moisture or volatile components

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supporting or permitting the legal production and sale of alcoholic beverages

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producing or secreting milk

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consisting of or trading in alcoholic liquor

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The increase in water content resulted in greater comfort due to lower moduli and also the addition of internal wetting agents eliminated the need for surface treatments, as they were inherently wettable.
Increases in soil wettability following land clearing are possibly due to major disturbance and tillage practices mixing water-repellent topsoil with wettable subsoil.
First, the lower limit which determines the minimum amount of water below which the soil is water repellent, and the other, which determines the water content above which the soil is wettable (KEIZER et al.
The answer, a new study reveals, is that a gecko's sticky toes enable the animal to walk across wet surfaces that don't get uniformly wet, like waxy leaves-but not on easily wettable surfaces, like glass.
Constructed with Pall's new water wettable polytetrafluoroethylene (WWPTFE) membrane in a unique high density polyethylene housing, the Acrodisc MS syringe filter can be used with both organic and aqueous solvents.
Designed for surface cleaning and sanitation, as well as direct product treatment, the OSF cleaning antimicrobial systems provide multi-surface cleaning and sanitation for wettable equipment; walls and floors; drains and chutes; tanks, barrels and totes; etc.
Subsequently, the paste was macerated in a porcelain mortar and screened through a wire sieve, obtaining a wettable powder.
Sometimes these pre-treatments do no harm and may, on some occasions, even help a little, however, it is widely recognised that the ideal surface to bond to should be clean, dry, dust-free, smooth, non-porous, wettable (high surface energy) and polar.
Liquid formulations, wettable powders, and clay carriers are among products used to apply the nematodes and keep them safe during storage.
They include what appear to be unbranched filaments--which have been proposed as the first stage of feather evolution--to bits of sophisticated, corkscrewy barbs like those seen in the wettable feathers of modern diving birds.
The company has two plants, one each at Kushkhera (Rajasthan) and Samba (Jammu & Kashmir), with a combined installed capacity of 80 kilolitres for emulsifiable concentrate and 120 million tonnes for wettable dispersible powder.
03 mc Formulation service Granule insecticide formulation (G) Emulsion Concentrate (EC) Liquid Herbicides (AS) Wettable Powder (WP) and FLOWABLE (F) Liquid supplementary fertilizer Liquid supplementary fertilizer Mosquito coil (MC) Source : PT.
In this case the isolator is used to enclose wettable accessories and peripheral equipment.
Wettable powders--These are very fine inert dusts that must be mixed with water.
The mixture must be continually agitated to prevent the wettable powder from settling out (Figure 13-5).